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Public Money, Private Problems

Questionable management and low performance bring scrutiny on Ohio’s charter schools

· Jul 29, 2014 02:39 pm

As quasi-private schools funded with public money across Ohio face scrutiny, some say they need to be held to a higher standard. ...

Who’s Gonna Drive You Home?

Uber and Lyft make getting a ride easy, but the politics of ridesharing are complicated

· Jul 29, 2014 01:59 pm

It’s hard to imagine now, but there once were things you couldn’t do with an app on a smartphone. Until recently, one of those things was catch a ride in Cincinnati. ...

DUI Debate

Mothers Against Drunk Driving joins litigation over Ohio’s DUI enforcement policies

· Jul 22, 2014 02:46 pm

If Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) can convince the Ohio Statehouse to pass “Annie’s Law,” or HB 469, all first-time DUI offenders wishing to drive during any probation will have to install a breathalyzer machine in their car and pass it for the car to start. ...

 
 
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Stage Door: Free Shakespeare!

· Aug 1, 2014 09:35 am

The big show this weekend will be Lumenocity in Washington Park. If you were lucky enough to get a ticket, you'll be seeing some great images on Music Hall's facade with accompaniment by the Cincinnati Symphony. If you weren't so lucky, you can still enjoy the show via radio (WGUC), television, ...

Morning News and Stuff

Prostitution barriers down, prospective city manager speaks and suburban poverty continues to rise

· Aug 1, 2014 09:34 am

Hey all. Did you miss me? I ditched the morning news yesterday to see if anyone noticed I was gone go find out more about Harry Black, Mayor John Cranley’s pick to be city manager. You can read all about what he’ll do if he gets the job here, but I’ll offer a brief recap. Black wants to play t...

Cranley's Pick for City Manager Lays Out Vision for Cincinnati

Harry Black touts his experience as a long-time public servant

· Jul 31, 2014 11:11 am

Harry Black, Mayor John Cranley’s pick for the next city manager, spoke today about his ideas for keeping Cincinnati’s momentum moving forward. At a news conference outside City Hall this morning, Black pledged that should he be selected to be city manager, his office would be transparent and ac...

 

Public Money, Private Problems

Questionable management and low performance bring scrutiny on Ohio’s charter schools

· Jul 29, 2014 02:39 pm

As quasi-private schools funded with public money across Ohio face scrutiny, some say they need to be held to a higher standard. ...

DUI Debate

Mothers Against Drunk Driving joins litigation over Ohio’s DUI enforcement policies

· Jul 22, 2014 02:46 pm

If Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) can convince the Ohio Statehouse to pass “Annie’s Law,” or HB 469, all first-time DUI offenders wishing to drive during any probation will have to install a breathalyzer machine in their car and pass it for the car to start. ...

Sights Set

David Pepper targets Mike DeWine’s conservative political leanings in his race for Ohio’s top prosecutor

· Jul 15, 2014 03:16 pm

Forty-two-year-old Democrat David Pepper has already served two terms as a Cincinnati City Councilman and a term as Hamilton County Commissioner. Now he wants to be Ohio’s attorney general, and he’s hitting Republican incumbent Mike DeWine on multiple fronts to try and unseat him. ...

Last Clinics Standing

Cincinnati’s two remaining abortion facilities face uncertain futures

· Jul 9, 2014 08:52 am

As the Ohio legislature continues to narrow the eye of the needle abortion providers must thread to legally provide services to women, the Cincinnati area’s two remaining clinics face the threat of closure. ...

 
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